When you know about the doshas, you know about your nature, and the nature of other people. This helps us in every area of our lives, including our relationships. We learn to be more accepting of people, understanding that they are the way they are for a reason. We learn to love what is, rather than what we think should be. There is a power, a positive energy that comes with love, and we can utilize it for our spiritual growth. Vedanta explains that our love for others is unselfish and without motive when we can see the spirit within them. It is this spirit whom we truly love. Because we are all connected, relationships do not end, but they do change. And how we respond to this change can greatly impact our lives. I worked for two years with the Law of Relationship to come up with a five stage process by which we can achieve the closure we seek when any relationship changes. Whether the change has come from a death, a divorce, a break-up, a move, or even age, now there are clear steps to help you can get over it and get on with it in a powerful and positive way! I am so happy to introduce you to my new book “CLOSURE and the Law of Relationship: Endings as New Beginnings.” This is a book for all of us, because we each have relationships: with parents, spouses, partners, children, friends, co-workers, and even with our communities, and our environment. And we all go through changes and need closure at some point. I have a video on my new website that outlines the five stages of closure, so check it out.